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Noland Smith Position(s) WR/RS Jersey #(s) 1, 46 Born October 20, 1943 (1943-10-20) (age 67) Jackson, Mississippi Career information Year(s) 1967–1969 NFL Draft 1967 / Round: 6 / Pick: 156 College Tennessee State University Professional teams AFL Kansas City Chiefs (1967–1969) NFL San Francisco 49ers (1969) Career stats Punt returns (yards) 63 (635) Kick returns (yards) 82 (2,137) Touchdowns 2 Stats at Career highlights and awards No notable achievements Noland "Super Gnat" Smith (born October 20, 1943 in Jackson, Mississippi) is a former American football wide receiver/return specialist for the Kansas City Chiefs (1967–1969) in the American Football League and San Francisco 49ers (1969) in the National Football League. Contents 1 College career 2 Professional career 3 After football 4 References 5 External links College career Smith played college football at Tennessee A&I University (now Tennessee State University) where he set numerous school records for punt returns. Smith holds the school records for career punt returns (100); punt return yardage in a game (243), and season (572); career punt return yardage (1,933); highest average per punt return for a season (19.0) and a career (19.3); and most punt return touchdowns during a season (4) and a career (9). Professional career Known as "Super Gnat" for his very small height and weight, probably the smallest-sized player in the AFL or NFL of his era, Smith was drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in the sixth round of the 1967 AFL Draft. In his rookie season with the Chiefs in 1967, Smith led the American Football League in kickoff return yardage with 1360 yards. On December 17, 1967, Smith returned a kickoff 106 yards for a touchdown, still the longest kickoff return in Kansas City Chiefs history. Smith currently ranks 18th on the NFL's all-time kick return average List with 26.06 yards per return. During his three seasons in the NFL with the Chiefs and 49ers, Smith was hardly ever used except for kick returns, with 63 punt returns for 635 yards and 1 touchdown and 82 kickoff returns for 2,137 yards and 1 touchdown, but only three rushing attempts for 6 yards, two pass receptions for 57 yards. After football He appeared as "Superbug" in the 1970 movie MASH.[1] He is now working at Megar Evers community center in Jackson, Mississippi on Edward ave and also a part-time motivational speaker. References ^ "Noland Smith". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved 2009-06-10.  External links Stats Persondata Name Smith, Noland Alternative names Short description Date of birth October 20, 1943 Place of birth Date of death Place of death This biographical article relating to an American football wide receiver born in the 1940s is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e